Dishes That Are Ideal for Sharing

Food is the best gift for every occasion. Food presents are popular and appreciated since they save time and effort whether welcome someone to the neighborhood, celebrating a new baby, attending a party or potluck, or supporting someone through bereavement.

Easy Chicken Enchiladas Served in tortillas, enchiladas are filled with meat, beans, cheese, or veggies and baked. Enchiladas are often covered with sauce, but this healthier version uses a seasoning blend to reduce sodium without compromising flavor. Serve with low-fat Greek yogurt or avocado slices.

BBQ Chicken Sliders Slow Cooker Slow-cooker barbecue chicken will become your favorite weeknight dish. The cooked chicken may be frozen and defrosted quickly for an even simpler supper! Coleslaw has tons of vitamins and minerals from its vegetables and a great texture.

Healthy Banana Bread Banana bread is high in refined sugar and butter fat, despite its name. According to USDA data, replacing 1 cup of all-purpose flour with whole-wheat flour adds more than 9 g of satisfying fiber to your loaf. With chia seeds and Greek yogurt, butter is reduced and protein is added.

One-Pot Minestrone Soup is one of the fastest and easiest ways to make a healthy weekday dinner. For fewer dishes, prepare everything in one pot. A can of kidney beans provides plant-based protein and fiber.

Fresh Tomato-Feta Pasta Salad Classic summer pasta salad's biggest trick may be its adaptability. The vibrant colors of vegetables and feta cheese bring flavor, vitamins, and minerals to your dish. Homemade dressing is flavorful and preservative-free.

Vegan Shepherd’s Pie Comfort food and health food go together perfectly! A conventional shepherd's pie uses ground lamb, but this plant-based variation is tasty. The Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health states that lentils, an underutilized pulse, are low in salt and saturated fat and high in protein, folate, potassium, and soluble and insoluble fiber.

Gluten-Free Cranberry-Pistachio Biscotti Italian biscotti, with their firm texture and curved shape, are commonly eaten with coffee or cappuccino. This cookie recipe uses almond flour instead of all-purpose flour, unlike the classic version. It makes a tasty gluten-free cookie. Olive oil replaces butter to give heart-healthy monounsaturated fats.

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